Ruby-red colour, with low effervescence. A very full and soft bouquet, with aromas of ripe raspberry, boysenberry, and dark plum fruit.
A beautiful, somewhat less popular, and often less expensive comparison to Champagne, Prosecco is a deliciously dry sparkling wine with crisp acidity, low sugar, with plenty of fruit and character.
Associated with high value at low cost, Prosecco is the perfect option in situations where you want or need a sparkling wine.
Traditionally from the Veneto (North Eastern Italy), Prosecco dons the name for a small village and is fermented almost solely from a grape called Glera. Most Prosecco is non vintage – which means it doesn’t come with a year of production on the label.
A balanced and well-structured wine with a fragrant, intense bouquet with notes of jasmine and magnolia. It is fresh, zesty and harmonious on the palate, very well-balanced and has a good, persistent aroma.
From the Bordeaux variety this is a red wine with a good body and unmistakable character. When young the bouquet is typically grassy, a sensation which weakens as the wine ages.
Fine, expressive, pure with minerality. Profound with a subtleness, spicy, fruit-driven with a herbal edge giving definition to the fine red cherry fruit.
Bright, light straw-yellow colour with pale green hues. Aromas of tropical fruits and gooseberries along with gentle notes of fresh herbs and mouth-watering mineral nuances.
Juicy fruit palate accented with mineral, aromatic herbs, and almond.
Deep, violet shaded ruby-red. Good density, typical and elegant nose. The pulpy body gives the wine a good smoothness, well balanced by the fine tannins.
Red wine from Northern Italy. It has a nose filled with red plums and currants along with a juicy palate with silky soft tannins.
A well-structured wine with a distinct smokiness on the nose. Nice, soft tannins, good for cellaring and a great wine with hearty food.
Bright straw-yellow colour with light golden hues, pale on rim. Medium-full bodied and elegantly concentrated, the palate features vibrant and bright fruit flavours of white and yellow stonefruits and citrus fruits, unfolding nutty oak and flinty lees detail.
Colour: Bright ruby red colour.
Bouquet: Intense and characteristic bouquet, fruity with a violet fragrance.
Taste: Dry and harmonious with notes of dark chocolate and black cherries.
Ideal with grilled meat and pasta dishes with rich tomato sauce. Serve at room temperature.
For a wine to retain the name of Chianti, it must be produced with at least 70% Sangiovese grapes. Aged Chianti (minimum 24 months in large oak casks), may become Riserva. There are other appellations within Chianti range with more stringent requirements like Chianti Superiore – lower yield, higher alcohol content and dry extract – and Chianti Classico – from the “Classico” restricted sub-area, between Florence and Siena.